TheWeek@ND Student Edition (April 6)


For the Week of April 6

Arts and Performances


Engage with the Snite Museum of Art
Engage with the Snite Museum of Art during the month of April by signing up to receive virtual tours with the museum’s director, museum collection spotlights, online event information and workout routines in the Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park. Follow us on social media to receive ideas for #Family Friday activities and highlights of the museum’s collection.


Zoom Back Camera: Online Film Discussions
Zoom Back Camera is an ad hoc movie club that allows you to watch films on your own time and then join scheduled online discussions. Each Friday, a schedule of film discussions will be posted on Facebook for the following week. Tune in to the YouTube livestream with Cinema Program Director Ricky Herbst and a guest to learn more about the film.
Discussions take place Mondays through Thursdays at 8 p.m. (likely for the rest of the semester) Online/YouTube

Deadlines or Registrations

Webinar: “The Coronavirus Crisis through Gender, Environmental, Anthropological and Indigenous Lenses”
Join the Kroc Institute for a live discussion of the global coronavirus crisis. Please register to receive the Zoom link to attend this event.
Tuesday, April 14; 4 to 5:30 p.m. via Zoom

OIT Lunch & Learn (online session): “Tools for Working from Home”
Stay connected, stay productive and stay healthy. Learn about tools that will help you work from home. To join this online session, register in Endeavor or contact the training group at Connection information will be shared with the registrants.
Wednesday, April 15; noon to 1 p.m.

Educational and Research Opportunities

Virtual Library Carpentry: OpenRefine (Session 2)
This session further explores OpenRefine to manipulate and enhance datasets.
Thursday, April 9; 4 to 5 p.m. via Zoom

Faith and Service

Rosario en Español
Join Campus Ministry in praying the rosary in Spanish. Click here to join the Zoom meeting. Questions? Contact anchor intern, Carolina Robledo, at
Tuesday evenings throughout April; 8 p.m. via Zoom

Holy Week Prayer Service with Danielle Rose
In this Holy Week, as we prepare our hearts for the death and resurrection of Jesus, please join together in prayer. Danielle Rose (’04) will offer prayerful musical meditations, and students’ reflections will invite contemplation amidst the darkness and uncertainty toward the unifying power of God’s unconditional love.
Tuesday, April 7; 9 to 10 p.m. on Campus Ministry’s Instagram and Facebook Live

Triduum and Easter Liturgies Livestreamed from the Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Even though we cannot be present together physically, we look forward to gathering together virtually to celebrate the Triduum and Easter liturgies. These liturgies will be livestreamed on the Campus Ministry website and you are invited to join and pray with us. These liturgies will also be archived for later viewing on the playlist function of the video.
Everyone is invited to participate as fully as possible. A worship aid (program) will be available on the livestream site as a PDF file for you to download or print.  
- Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Thursday, April 9; 5 p.m.
- Celebration of the Lord’s Passion, Friday, April 10; 3 p.m.
- The Paschal Vigil Mass, Saturday, April 11; 9 p.m.
- Easter Sunday Mass on CatholicTV, Sunday, April 12; 10 a.m.

Campus Ministry’s “Need to Talk” Continues
Campus Ministry is here to provide support as you navigate this time of uncertainty and transition. A campus minister is available to engage in conversation with you regarding anything that is on your mind or in your heart. 
To speak with a campus minister during the available hours of 1 to 7 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, please call 574-631-8508, or you may schedule a virtual appointment here. This connection can take place by phone or Zoom. For any questions or further information on support, contact Mike Urbaniak at Please know that you are in our prayers.

Health and Recreation

University Health Services remains open 24/7 for student consultation at 574-631-7497.

Lectures and Presentations

Livestream Lecture: “Europe and the Ethics of Remembering”
Join the Nanovic Institute for a lunchtime online lecture by Clemens Sedmak, interim director of the Nanovic Institute. This talk will explore facets of “an ethics of remembering” in conversation with Europe.
Tuesday, April 7; 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. via YouTube livestream

Online Lecture: “Born from the Stars”
Join the Department of Physics’ “Our Universe Revealed,” the free public lecture series. This lecture presented by Dan Wilkins from Stanford University.
Tuesday, April 7; 7 to 8 p.m. online — details for accessing streaming are found at

OIT Lunch & Learn (online session): “Tools for Working from Home”
Stay connected, stay productive and stay healthy. Learn about tools that will help you work from home. (Same session as the one on April 15.) To join this online session, contact the training group at Connection information will be shared with the registrants.  
Wednesday, April 8; noon to 1 p.m.  

Also this week ...

Easily Access Software Applications in a Virtual Computer Lab
Use a Virtual Computer Lab directly from your computer. The virtual computer lab gives you access to software applications typically used on a Notre Dame computer lab machine. Works on any computer (Chromebook, Macs and Windows).